Decorative sheer curtains & double tracks

              Sheer curtains (or voile’s) have been around for a long time as a popular alternative to traditional nets (you know the lacy kind your grandma still has).. Often seen set in the window frame on a wire string  acting as a privacy screen from your nosey neighbors, these days they are finding a life of their own. When teamed with a “double track” they can now act as your decorative curtain instead of the traditional off white plain voile only there for functionality purposes. So what is a double track and how does it work? A double track is a system in which two tracks are incorporated on the same set of brackets- usually there is a  track or rod in the front and a smaller track behind.  This way a sheer curtain can be pulled right off the window and removes the issue of having it sitting inside the window and always blocking at least part of the light coming through the glass.       The most well-known option when using the double track system would be to hang your drapes on the front track with your sheer curtain sitting on the track behind.  You can choose a sheer fabric and curtain fabric which co-ordinate together as well as make a feature on their own.         The other option, which is increasingly popular, is to use your sheer on the front track with a plain lining on the back track.  When using this option, the sheer is always the feature and probably almost always closed- during the day you...